Sales at Any cost, employees effected.
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: no consistency with sales, pay, invetory, or management.
Worked at sports authority in West orlando, Fl for about 9 months. Went through 3 sales ops managers, and 2 store managers. It is quite literally a game to show yourself being "productive". Sales employees are poorly trained in each department unless they have personal experience in the department where they work (fishing, fitness, baseball etc.). Then to show your "sales productivity" you are required to place your sales number stickers on products your customers buy, or if the cashier wants to, they can just scan who ever sold them the product and who ever has the most "sales" gets promoted or more hours.
Cashiers are made to have every transaction either join the rewards program or make sure the customer using existing rewards program to email the customer ads they do not want. Then if you are not successful they will cut your hours passive aggressively. All by a management staff (all the way up to regional) who will increase their sales by manipulating coupons or extending sales just because the customer haggles them. Inventory is a joke as does not accurately reflect the amount of product in the district and can be highly inaccurate. All in all, if your just looking for a job to pass the time, until something else shows up for a few months you can manage. Good luck.